Oscar José Blanco Romero wasn’t dragged away by the river or the sea. His case is one of the four emblematic forced disappearances of the Vargas tragedy, the first disappearances of the chavista government
Tag: Human Rights
What's the United Nations independent report saying on torture and denigrating treatment of female dissidents in Venezuela? Something not easy to read, but necessary to know
After a year-long investigation, the United Nations Human Rights Council published its findings on Tuesday, and directly accuses Maduro’s regime of human rights violations
The general coordinator of human rights NGO Provea describes the methods used by the regime to use the COVID-19 pandemic to its advantage
The hidden ghosts of xenophobia and discrimination are coming out, but that’s overridden by an enormous group of people who help Venezuelans in their journey to a new and more dignified life.
Visiting a prisoner in Venezuelan jails became a traumatic ordeal. Relatives of Cabimas prisoners speak out against CONAS officers, report the abuses they endure and chronicle how the guards mistreat visitors as if they were animals.
Jim Wyss has a shocking story in the Miami Herald about the sprawling state-sponsored human trafficking ring known as Barrio Adentro, and the Cuban doctors now getting stranded in...
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